Supreme Power #2

Writer: J. Michael Straczynski Artist: Gary Frank Publisher: Marvel Max Release Date: September 10, 2003 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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Mark Milton begins to understand that he is the only one of his kind, and isn?t happy about it. Meanwhile, others as special as Mark begin to appear throughout the country?

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Sep 18, 2003

    A pretty enjoyable issue, in that it essentially offers up the backstories for four other superhumans that are emerging from the woodwork, in-between the continued plot involving Hyperion's growing sense of disillusionment as he finds his powers making him an outsider. Now adding the speedster that we saw at the end of the previous issue it would appear that the Squadron Supreme will be made up of six of the big seven members of the JLA, as one can't help but take note of the similar feel, as well as delight in the changes that have been brought into play, as these characters are far darker, and seemingly flawed than their DCU counterparts. In fact, I love the idea that the emergence of these super-heroes is being treated with fear and hesitation, rather than with arms opened adoration, as the former reaction certainly feels more genuine if one was to introduce the concept of superhumans into the real world. Plus, seeing how these various characters get pulled together promises to be a Read Full Review

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